Interpersonal Communication with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through the Applied Weaving Process

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ChayaMeen Chaladthanyakij


Interpersonal Communication with People with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Through Hand Weaving aimed to study if hand weaving could be a media for interpersonal communication between people with and without ASD, and see if and how this activity could promote and encourage communication development.

This quantitative field research was conducted between August 23 - November 30, 2019 under the Toh-Greater Together project, at Child Development and Behavior Unit, Ramathibodi Hospital.

Researcher found in this study that the art of hand weaving is a great media communication. During the process of hand weaving, ASD students stayed focused on their works while gradually progressing on their communication skills and feeling proud of their creations


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Chaladthanyakij , C. (2021). Interpersonal Communication with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through the Applied Weaving Process. IAM OMMUNICATION EVIEW, 20(1), 157-169. etrieved from
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